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Poster: direwolf2003 Date: Jun 8, 2005 8:34am
Forum: etree Subject: external hard drives

For any of those interested - I purchased a 250GB Lacie FA Porsche external hard drive recently. Since I had no Firewire port card I had to go with the USB2.0 - it runs awesome with very respectable transfer speed. It is stackable, small, and sleek. Their customer support is awesome - had a question, called them, and had an answer in under 3 mintues! Price is good too - got it directly from Lacie and it only cost me $175.
I recommend it bigtime for anyone looking for good, pretty cheap and easy file storage. Great for downloading those disappearing GD sdb's and storing before burning!!!!

Only caveat is - buy a longer USB cable since the one in the box is only 18" long - can pick up a nice Monster USB 7' for around $30

This post was modified by direwolf2003 on 2005-06-08 15:32:15

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Poster: Eric Geffner Date: Jun 8, 2005 11:21am
Forum: etree Subject: Re: external hard drives

I have two 500 gb lacie, one died on me after I tried to defrag in windows, I suggest being careful with this as it is basically a mac drive. Also have seagate and maxor both are working fine